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How replace 2000 Jimmy 4x4 transmission cooler lines?

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The transmission lines on a 2000 GMC Jimmy 4x4 are replaced by disconnecting the lines at the radiator and then the side of the transmission. They are then removed from the bottom of the vehicle and new lines put in place.

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